Post: New and Controversial Update on the Teacher Retention Resear
Posted by Jeff Sestokas, Baldwin Wallace College Research Team on 10/14/04
Due to recent developments, the Baldwin Wallace College
Research Team has decided to expand our research study.
The original concept of the study was to find answers as
to why secondary educators stay in the teaching field for
more than 20 years. However, due to the overwhelming
response from participants and observers of the study, a
new more significant development has revealed itself. Our
research team is now progressively moving towards the
development of a significant grounded theory for a
qualitative-quantitative study. More details on this new
development will be shared in the upcoming weeks on our
Our research team is still accepting surveys from
Secondary Teachers with more than 20 + years of
experience. The data collected thus far, and in the future
will be a factor in the overall study. The deadline for
the completion of our online survey is November 4, 2004. I
urge any secondary teacher with 20 + yrs of experience to
take the survey. The survey consists of ten questions and
no personal data has to be given. The data from the survey
is directly sent to the researchers. The survey can be
taken in eight different languages included English,
French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Japanese,
Come join us. Be a part of educational research history.
Let your voice be heard along with the many teachers from
around the world who have participated. Thank You.
Our website can be accessed by logging onto
Jeff M. Sestokas
Baldwin Wallace Research Team
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